Life Aboard the “Lord Nelson” and “Tenacious”
This series of posts under Adventure Sailing would be incomplete if it did not consider that, as human beings, we are all different and, in being different, we have different capabilities and have been gifted with both different strengths and weaknesses.
Sat here, in the relative safety of Colombia and gazing upwards to the mountains, my mind thinks about the atrocities that are taking place across the World which adds to the total sum of misery that we humans place on our shoulders as a race. The current conflicts in the middle east in which one human being inflicts horrific injury and death on another is hard to understand. However, the root cause is that human beings are different or have been taught differently. By taught, I mean they have been immersed in a culture which cannot accept that we are all equal.
Let us examine a micro-culture, one that does consider that we are all equal. That culture is the culture on which the Jubilee Sailing Trust is founded. You are now invited into the world of the Sailing Vessels (SV) “Lord Nelson” and it’s sister ship “Tenacious”